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When trying to fix a problem with a Rogers or third party app, you may need to clear the app cache or app data to resolve the issue. These steps will help you do this for most Android devices.   Note:   Always try clearing the app cache first as this will not delete your user settings. Only clear the app data when clearing the cache does not resolve the issue, or if you want to delete all cache and user settings for the app.   Clear app cache   Open your device's   Settings. Tap   Apps & notifications   or   Apps   for some Androids. Tap the app. (If you don't see the app listed, tap   See all apps   or   App info.) Tap   Storage. Tap   Clear cache. (If you don't see "Clear cache", tap   Manage space.) Clear app data   Open your device's Settings. Tap   Apps & notifications   or   Apps   for some Androids. Tap the app. (If you don't see the app listed, tap   See all apps   or   App info.) Tap   Storage. Tap   Clear data. (If you don't see "Clear data", tap   Manage space.)
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